Nelson Mandela's health condition remains unchanged+++Bad business for traders in Cameroon+++A special song against HIV in Zimbabwe+++
Kurzwellenhörerin in Afrika
Africalink revisits some of the positive, inspiring and thought provoking stories from the continent aired over the past year. (24.12.2012)
UN Security Council gives green light for intervention force in Mali+++Renewed ethnic clashes in Kenya's Tana River Delta region leaves more than 30 dead+++Help for Zimbabwe's agricultural sector (21.12.2012)
UN Security Council debates an intervention force for Mali+++South Africa's ANC plans an Integrity Committee to root out corruption+++ UNMIL draw down process in Liberia continues (20.12.2012)
100 days have elapsed since abduction of Chibok schoolgrils in northern Nigeria+++Health officials worried by unpopularity of condoms in Ghana+++White South African farmers wary of land reform
Kenya's CORD opposition names team to spearhead call for national crisis referendum+++Nigerian president meets Chibok parents+++Aid agencies warn of 'hidden hunger'
Global AIDS conference honors colleagues on board downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17+++South Sudanese rebels accused by UN of ceasefire violation+++Fears of tribal incitement in Mombasa after gunmen kill four people.
Rebels in the Central African Republic were due to sign a cease-fire agreement on Wednesday (23.07.2014). David Smith says even if the Seleka rebels drop their call for partition, the country is de facto split in half.
100 days ago, the terrorist group Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls. Despite an emotional social media campaign, the search was unsuccessful. But that’s not the real scandal, says Jan-Phill Scholz.
Three months ago, the northern Nigerian town of Chibok made headline news when Boko Haram abducted nearly 300 schoolgirls. The kidnapping has plunged the government of President Jonathan into crisis.
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